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Edwards Kicks Off White House Run in New Orleans

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Edwards Kicks Off White House Run in New Orleans

Election 2008

Edwards Kicks Off White House Run in New Orleans

Edwards Kicks Off White House Run in New Orleans

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Former vice-presidential candidate John Edwards announces in New Orleans that he's running for president. The former North Carolina senator chose New Orleans to highlight his view that the government has failed to look after its people. Edwards is expected to run as an optimist and economic populist, with "Tomorrow Begins Today" as his slogan.